ADOPTION UPDATE! We are happy to report that this sweet dog (Now “Rex”) that was found in Lakewood on July 26th has now been adopted! Thank you to Dr. O’Neill from Bixby Animal Clinic for giving this lost pup a new forever home! 💛
Rex was found wandering around Carson street in Lakewood in July. The entire community, and FOLBA came together to try and find this un-microchipped and un-collared pet’s owner.
After a few weeks with no replies to our reuniting campaign, all those that cared for this dog changed tactics to help him find a new home and what better home could he get than living with a veterinarian! Best wishes to Rex and his new family!
We’re humbled by the generous donation from Timmons Subaru of Long Beach as part of the Share the Love Event.
During the event for every Subaru sold they donate $250 to local community nonprofits and FOLBA is honored to be chosen again this year and to receive a donation of over $38,000.
Subaru is arguably the most pet friendly vehicle brand with their cute dog-themed commercials and their October Subaru Loves Pets Month to help increase pet adoptions. Thank you for your generosity toward the animals Greg Timmons and all of Subaru!
FOLBA was happy to deliver 175 lbs of Hills Science Diet dog food to Long Beach Animal Care Services today. The food was a generous donation from Banfield Pet Hospital and PetSmart and will help feed some of the many dogs at the Long Beach Shelter.
Looking for your perfect companion? Long Beach Animal Care Services is located in El Dorado Park and has many cats, dogs and even a bunny or two that need forever homes. They are closed on Monday, Tuesday and holidays, but other days you can go in a see some of the wonderful animals available for adoption.
The public is invited to attend the first annual Long Beach Home for the🎄 Pawlidays 🐾 Pet Adoption Fair! 🐈🐶
SATURDAY 10 AM – 3PM DECEMBER 15, 2019
LONG BEACH CIVIC CENTER 411-415 West Ocean Blvd. Long Beach CA 90802
Attendees will be able to meet more than 100 animals that are available for adoption, take advantage of free microchipping services, buy pet products, and see demonstrations on bottle feeding kittens, cat trapping and other animal care procedures.
The public also can participate in opportunity drawings with the proceeds benefitting Long Beach Animal Care Services and enjoy entertainment such as face-painting.
The event is sponsored by Mayor Robert Garcia with support from Second District Councilmember Jeannine Pearce and is held in collaboration with the Little Lion Foundation, Helen Sanders CatPAWS, and Long Beach Animal Care Services, with support from Stray Cat Alliance, The Cat Cove, Live Love Animal Rescue and others.